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KCIC and Bungoma County Forge Partnership to Drive Agribusiness Innovation and Sustainable Agriculture

Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) recently welcomed His Excellency Kenneth Lusaka, the Governor of Bungoma County, for a visit to our national office. This visit marked an important milestone in the partnership between KCIC and Bungoma County as we explore possibilities of working together to promote agribusiness entrepreneurship, address food security, reduce poverty, and create

Meet the 2022 Vijana na AgriBiz National Competition Winners

Vijana na AgriBiz National Competition intends to advance resilient and sustainable climate adaptation strategies in the African continent. This challenge hopes to open up new economic prospects for creative, youth-owned businesses and get a new generation of Kenyan youth and women to shift to a sustainable, climate-resilient future. The Call for Application, launched in August

Farming is primitive…Take another guess!

“All farmers are old and poor. They do not have a bright and promising future. Farmers do not have serious jobs. Farming is primitive, outdated, and low-tech. Farmers are illiterate.” All these are misconceptions that have deluded young people. There is so much more to farming than what these myths and misconceptions illustrate. With agriculture

Creating job security among Kenyan youths through agribusiness

“The next young billionaires will come from agriculture in the coming years.” This was the remarkable statement by the Kenya Climate Innovation Center Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Joseph Murabula, during the Vijana na AgriBiz Finals. He reiterated the need to support young people with great ideas to change the world. He believes that empowering young

Innovation fighting malnutrition among children wins youth competition

According to a report by UNICEF, in Kenya, more than a quarter of children under the age of five, or two million children, have stunted growth and suffer from malnutrition. If not addressed, this could have devastating long-term effects, including diminished mental and physical development and, in extreme cases, death. Over the years, malnutrition has

Kilifi County Launches AgriBiz Business Incubation Hub

The launch of Kilifi AgriBiz Business Hub was a monumental event for entrepreneurs in Kilifi county. Present to initiate the event were Kilifi County Governor Amason Kingi, Danish Ambassador to Kenya Ole Thonke, EU representative to Kenya, Stephen Wathome, and KCIC Group CEO, Dr. Edward Mungai. The Business Incubation Hub will provide business support services

Accelerating adoption and uptake of green technologies for smallholder farmers

Small-holder farmers produce the majority of the country’s food. Unpredictable and irregular rainfall associated with the effects of climate change present a challenge to many farmers in Kenya. Only a small part of Kenya’s arable land is under any irrigation scheme. Existing efforts towards irrigation have been vigorous in the past few years as the

Impact of e-KYC and financial inclusion on cross-border payments

For the past five years mobile money activities have been on the rise in developing nations. Mobile phones are therefore best placed to further financial inclusion, promote economic development, and address the first Sustainable Development Goal (SDG1) which is Poverty Reduction by 2030. According to the 2017 Global Findex database, financial inclusion is on the

Influencer marketing: The digital innovation partnerships frontier

Why influencer Marketing? Influencer marketing has become one of the most used channel of brand awareness in the current world. What comes to mind when you hear the name Peter Marangi? If you are familiar with that name, I bet the brand Duracoat pops up in your mind. What about the name Johnny Walker? A

The contribution of green communities to addressing climate change

Over the past two centuries, coal and fossil fuels have been used as the major energy source of the world. With the impacts created by the Carbon Dioxide emitted while using these sources, it has become necessary for various energy-consuming industries to adapt to renewable energy sources, such as wind power, solar power, green hydrogen